Welcome To Waltham Cab Taxi

A Safe, Reliable, Courteous cab and taxi in waltham Mass

Waltham Cab Taxi provide local and Logan airport transportation in Waltham Mass. We are a locally base taxi and cab transportation provider. We are the industry leader in Waltham taxicab business for many years. Customer service being our number one priority, we strive to make the best possible experience for all of our customers. We offer top-rated first class reliable taxi service. You can call us to schedule your ride for any of your event such as wedding party, proms, graduation celebration, package delivery, night out trip to city, shopping mall trip and business travelers trip. Unlike other transportation providers that promises low or lowest rate, we deliver that promise. Our fare, in many instances, more affordable than other taxi company in Waltham. Our goal is to  make Waltham Cab Taxi your first choice when choosing waltham taxi company. 

Waltham Cab Taxi Service areas

Proudly serve the greater Waltham MA and the surrounding cities. Here are our cities Service areas: Waltham, MA, Lexington, MA, Belmont, MA, Lincoln, MA, Wayland, MA, Sudbury, MA, Watertown, MA, Weston, MA, Marlborough, MA, Needham, MA, Framingham, MA, Burlington, MA, Wellesley, MA, Natick, MA. Beside this city, we also do a pick and drop from local hotels, train station, bus terminal and airport. To mention few: Logan Airport, Worcester Regional airport, North Station, South Station, MBTA Commuter Rail lines at 75 Carter St, Waltham, MA, Route 128/University Park Station Amtrak. We also pick from Waltham MA Best Western, Courtyard Boston, Embassy Suites, Hilton Garden Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Westin Boston, Hampton Inn and Suites Boston/Waltham, Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott Boston Waltham, Hyatt House Boston/Waltham and Extended Stay America. Please give us a call at (781) 354-4070 we will happy to pick and drop you.

About Waltham, Massachusetts

Waltham is a city along the Charles River in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. It was formed after separation from Watertown in the year 1738. Waltham has played a big role in the labor movement and Industrial revolution of America. In fact it is famous as “Watch City of America” as the Waltham Watch Company that started in 1854 in Waltham was the first company in the country to set up mass production of watches on assembly lines. It was the first modern factory in United States and marked the beginning of America’s industrial revolution.

Waltham has a rich cultural history that can be explored at various world class monuments, museums and art galleries. the National Register of Historical Sites specially mentions some city archives that reflect the unique history that Waltham is proud of. Theses include The Waltham Watch Factory, The Charles River Museum of Industry, The Lyman Estate, The Gore Estate, and The Robert Treat Payne Estate.

In recent times Waltham has come to be known as Little Kampala as a large number of Ugandans have inhabited the city.

There are a plenty of things to do and see in the city, including world famous museums, great restaurants, renowned learning institutions, theatres, parks and more. Listed below are some of the attractions in Waltham.

The city of Waltham population was 60,636 at the census in 2010 and is a hub for scientific research and higher education. It is home to following universities

Higher Education

  • Bentley University
  • Brandeis University
  • Regis College
  • The Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University


  • American Jewish Historical Society
  • Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation
  • Cardinal Spellman Museum Of Stamps And Postal History
  • Golden Ball Tavern Museum
  • Rose Art Museum of Brandeis University
  • DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park
  • Girl Scout Museum At Cedar Hill
  • National Archives and Records Administration, New England Region

Historical Archives

  • Codman Estate
  • Gropius House
  • Gore Place
  • Lyman Estate
  • Lyman Estate Greenhouses
  • Regan Insurance Agency
  • Mount Feake Cemetery
  • Stonehurst, the Robert Treat Paine Estate
  • Waltham Public Library
  • Waltham Museum
  • Waltham Historical Society

Art, Music and Theatre

  • Bentley College Performing Art Series
  • Brandeis Theater Company
  • Concerts On The Waltham Common
  • Brandeis University Concert Series
  • Embassy Cinema
  • Reagle Music Theatre
  • Waltham Arts Council – Concert
  • The Hovey Players
  • Waltham Farmers Market

Parks to Walks

  • Appalachian Mountain Club
  • Charles River Canoe and Kayak
  • Charles Riverwalk
  • Waltham Parks and Recreation
  • Leo J.Martin Memorial Golf Course
  • Weston Ski Track, Martin Golf Course
  • Drumlin Farm Educational Center